Cramer also kept hearing about these fantastic "billion-dollar unicorn" companies at Dreamforce that are disrupting technology industry and waiting in the initial public offering wings. And while they may have sexy products and sky-high valuations, these unicorns scare the heck out of him.
"I am more afraid of being hit by a speeding fastball of money being tossed at a start-up than I am of anything the Giants can throw at the mound," the "Mad Money" host said.
Cramer sees the same investors over and over again screaming hot, hot, hot over these prospective public companies. But he wondered, hot to whom?
So while Cramer may not be a technology expert to determine the winners or losers at Dreamforce, he does know one thing that many do not know at the conference.
"I know the stock market, and I can tell you that this stock market is uniquely inhospitable to pretty much every single unicorn out there with only a couple of exceptions," Cramer said. (Tweet This)
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Cramer also thought that with Dreamforce in full action this week, it is worth remembering that the sexiest technology stocks sometimes aren't the best to invest in. Sometimes it is best to stick with a survivor that knows how to reinvent itself, like Cisco Systems.
The networking giant has been working to move into various higher-growth areas, such as the internet of things and cybersecurity, while still providing shareholders with a 3.2 percent yield.
With the stock on a pullback recently, Cramer wondered if this could be a gift for shareholders or if they should worry about how the company will fare in a worldwide slowdown.
To find out more, the "Mad Money" host spoke with Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, who commented on the rapid change of the technology industry and need for Cisco to partner with companies, such as its recent partnership with Apple.
"When you think about where we are, the pace of change in this business is unprecedented…Now you've got geopolitical dynamics, and you've got rapid economic transitions. And the pace of the technology change in our customer's expectations of us are going to require for us to partner, because we can't do it all alone," Robbins said.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller-favorite stocks:
Starbucks: "My charitable trust owns a ton of it, [CEO] Howard Schultz is doing an amazing job. I like the new mobile payment situation. It is good to buy right here."
HSBC Holdings: "It's too hard for me! We've got to go with Wells Fargo. My charitable trust does that. We've got to keep it simple, right?"
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